Topic: fiber to the home (FTTH)
Verizon has launched a partnership with Xbox to bundle a one-year subscription with its standalone 1 Gbps FTTH service.
AT&T and the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) are working to integrate multigigabit PON with ONAP.
Here’s some of the other news we’re following today.
Verizon says the FCC needs to set speed requirements prior to launching its CAF auction this July.
Hawaiian Telcom's FTTH internet subscriber base surpassed the losses it continues to see in its copper-based DSL service lines.
While the U.S. debates the merits of 1 Gbps, several Asia-Pacific service providers are providing 10G FTTH services at competitive prices.
Verizon says the OTMR process for new pole attachments should apply to what are deemed “simple” or “complex” make-ready processes.
AT&T says it is on track to equip over 20 million residential and business locations with fiber by the middle of 2019.
AT&T’s newly expanded capex budget will focus on enhancing its fiber network to serve its ongoing FTTH and emerging 5G network deployments.
Verizon may not have any new expansive Fios expansion plans, but where it has rolled out FTTH, Fios broadband penetration is above 40%.